Amongst the general population in Europe youth is facing the highest job insecurity levels in comparison to other groups. Nearly one in four of young people in the EU is jobless, and in some countries the youth unemployment affects nearly half of the youth population. Good education level is not anymore a guarantee of having […]
The Education and Work: (Un-) equal Transitions with a special focus on Central and Eastern Europe conference organized by the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and the University of Basel was held on the 24-25 September 2015 at Sofia University. The conference was attended by more […]
On 21-22 September project partners met in Athens for the first progress meeting of the Negotiate project. The meeting organised by Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences was an opportunity to look at the current state of art and plan the next research steps to be taken. In the course of the next three years […]
Researchers from NEGOTIATE were represented at the 36th Annual International Working Party on Labour Market Segmentation Conference (IWPLMS).
Over a period of 36 months the NEGOTIATE participants will …
The project is informed by the concepts resilience, capability, active agency and negotiation.
Scientific coordinator: Professor Bjorn Hvinden, NOVA Norwegian Social Research …
NEGOTIATE is a research project centred on young people in Europe. It examines the long- and short-term consequences of experiencing job insecurity or labour market exclusion in the transition to adulthood.